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Sabre's elegant 42 Hard Top Express is the perfect vehicle for a Carolina golf cruise.

October 4, 2007
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Moss-draped live oaks frame a raised green at Long Cove Club. Onne van der Wal

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The Sabre 42 Hard Top Express displays modern lines off Hilton Head Island. Onne van der Wal

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The Sabre 42 Hard Top Express cutting through the afternoon light of Calibogue Sound, off Hilton Head Island. Onne van der Wal

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Ron Tucker lines up a putt on the Ocean course. Onne van der Wal

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The author follows Sabre’s Bentley Collins across the water. Onne van der Wal

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A tight grouping of golf balls on the green reflects the spirit of friendly competitiveness among our foursome. Onne van der Wal

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Harbour Town Yacht Basin’s famed lighthouse welcomes the Sabre. Onne van der Wal

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Bob Dykema takes a low perspective on a Haig Point Green. Onne van der Wal

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View of surrounding waters were one of the advantages of taking the Sabre 42 Hard Top Express. Onne van der Wal

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In the warm winter days, golf enthusiasts shed their coats and soak up the sun, much like the local wildlife. Onne van der Wal

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